Powerball Winning Numbers For July 15, Estimated Jackpot Expands To $87 Million

Written By Vanessa Lutz on July 15, 2020 - Last Updated on September 9, 2020
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Here we go again!

Tonight’s estimated Powerball jackpot for Wednesday, July 15, expands to $87 million, with a $70.2 million cash payout.

Last Saturday, July 11, the winning numbers were 14 – 19 – 61 – 62 – 64, a Powerball of 4 and the Power Play multiplier of 2X.

Just because no one hit the big jackpot doesn’t mean that there weren’t any big winners, though. One lucky ticket secured a $2 million payout by matching all five white balls and investing in the $1 Power Play.

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Winning Powerball numbers for Wednesday, July 15

Please note that both Powerball and Mega Millions don’t guarantee any minimums for now due to the coronavirus pandemic affecting ticket sales.

Powerball drawings occur on Wednesdays and Saturdays at 11 p.m. EST. Find the winning Powerball numbers listed below after the July 11 drawing.

Winning numbers: 27 – 47 – 61 – 62 – 69, Powerball 4

Multiplier: 10X

As a reminder, the PA lottery proceeds benefit older Pennsylvanians.

Best of luck to you all, and please play responsibly.

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Vanessa Lutz graduated from Washington and Lee University School of Law with a J.D. She played poker professionally and then took some time off to have a family. Now she is combining her experience as a contributor to PlayPennsylvania.

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